CBSE Sample Papers 2019 for Class 1 to 12

The CBSE sample papers are the best resources for the students to practice different types of questions. It also give them idea about the question paper pattern and marking scheme. The sample papers are designed as per the NCERT curriculum and covers the entire CBSE syllabus. The CBSE exam for class 10th and class 12th plays a major role in shaping the career path of students. The chapters learned in all these classes helps in building the fundamental concepts for further studies. Whatever the student has studied in class 11 and class 12 is of great importance as most of the questions in competitive examinations are asked from these classes. Hence, it is important that students put their best of efforts in preparation. To help in that we have provided CBSE Sample Papers for class 1 to 12. Scroll on to download the PDFs.

Download CBSE Sample Papers for Class 1 to 12:

Students can download the CBSE Papers for all the classes by clicking on the respective links shown in the table below.












Download Year Wise CBSE Class 10 and 12 Sample Papers:

Here in the table below students will find the year wise CBSE Papers for class 10 and 12 classes. These sample papers are provided by the CBSE itself so that students get thorough with the question paper pattern and marking scheme. So, solve these CBSE papers to know what type of questions are asked in the exam.








Features of CBSE Sample Papers

Practicing through these CBSE papers will help students to score high marks in the exam. Some of the features of these papers are mentioned below.

  • The papers are designed very strictly with all the rules adhering to the latest CBSE syllabus as well as the marking scheme.
  • All these sample papers cover the important concepts with an exam perspective.
  • The question papers involve the latest questions along with the marking schemes as issued by the CBSE.
  • All the types of questions appearing in the question paper are all specified by the CBSE for the success of students in the examination.
  • Also, not just the question papers, a detailed explanation, and solutions along with the marking scheme as per CBSE are provided for the purpose of self-assessment.


CBSE Sample Papers

Practise This Question

A metal crystallises in two cubic phases, face entered cubic and body entered cubic whose unit length are 3.5 and 3.0 Angstrom respectively. Calculate the ratio of density of FCC and BCC.